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A message from the SPH Senior Class Gift Council, Class of 2017
We have grown a great deal thanks to our time as students in the School of Public Health at UW. Our academic community has well-prepared us for life post-graduation as citizens engaged in public health. All of our experiences, both inspiring and difficult, will help us navigate what’s next, and none of it would be possible without the fellow students, alumni, parents, friends, and community who support us.
The School of Public Health Undergraduate Student Assistance Fund was created in June 2011. After four years of collecting donations from generous donors, the first recipients were awarded in Fall 2015. So far, fourteen Public Health students from diverse backgrounds have benefitted from the Undergraduate Student Assistance Fund. Many of these students have overcome economic, educational, and personal adversity in pursuit of their public health degrees.
The generosity of people like you helped to make many of these valuable experiences possible. Now is the time to help secure positive experiences for current and future students through the School of Public Senior Class Gift. Together, we can make sure that more SPH students receive financial support. Together, let’s ensure more opportunity for the next generation of public health leaders and create our legacy for the Class of 2017.
Daysha Gunther, Andy Taing and Paige Hulsey
Public Health Major ‘17
In addition to the recognition listed in the Giving FAQs, there is additional donor recognition for each level of giving at the University of Washington. Click here to learn more about levels of giving including the UW President’s Club Young Leaders program for alumni ages 35 and younger, UW President’s Club, and the School of Public Health Grayston Society.